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University of Notre Dame
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Democracy and Development Development

Implications of Dignity for International Development Explored at Rome ConferenceImplications of Dignity for International Development Explored at Rome Conference
What is the role of human dignity in international human development? A new Kellogg initiative brings together scholars and human development practitioners to explore this question with the goal of impacting both development theory and practice. More...

International Development Fellow Promotes “Good Medicine”International Development Fellow Promotes “Good Medicine”
Access to healthcare is a fundamental tenant of human development. An inaugural recipient of the Kellogg Institute’s new International Development Fellowships is working to promote “good medicine” with the Partners In Health affiliate in rural Mexico. More...

IDS Minor Carries Forward Commitment to Housing in HaitiIDS Minor Carries Forward Commitment to Housing in Haiti
A conviction that engineering can be a powerful means of social transformation has blossomed into an innovative project to design locally informed and sustainable housing for Haiti. Civil engineers Tracy Kijewski-Correa and Alexandros Taflanidis, both Kellogg faculty fellows, have built a team that includes graduate and undergraduate students alike. More...


 

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